Your last plane journey

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Re: Your last plane journey

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Will be doing this tommorow, but

From: Manchester MAN
To: Munich (MUC)
Airline: EasyJet
Flight Number: EZY1887
Aircraft: A319
REG: OE-LGK
Seat: 16A, Originally but was moved due to someone in my seat I sat in 17F on the other side of the isle for the duration of the flight.

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Re: Your last plane journey

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Delayed 50 minutes on the way back due to aircraft de icing and fog in Manchester delaying the take off on the way to Munich. Also there was a slight wait for a pushback team which delayed us even further.

Departing from : Munich (MUC) STD: 1635 ATD 1730 (Ish)
Arriving in Manchester (MAN)

Easyjet/EZY1888
Seat 20D
Aircraft: A319
REG - G-EZAS

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Re: Your last plane journey

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It was on November...to Paris.

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Re: Your last plane journey

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My last flight was today, from London Heathrow to Toronto Pearson on BA's brand new A350-1000 (this particular plane has been flying for less than 2 weeks). It was pretty nice, the in-flight entertainment, screen quality, USB/AC power, etc, was all excellent (I was in economy). I found the width of the seats rather restrictive though - eating my meal was a bit of a challenge. Legroom was also not great.

Arrived at Toronto and passport control, etc, was heaving. They have all these fancy self-service passport control machines you need to use, then you have to join a very long queue for somebody to approve the recept it spits out. Sadly, they no longer stamp your passport when you enter Canada (at least if you qualify for an ETA). So my new passport remains stampless. :(

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